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Teachers' union puts out another ad touting Giunchigliani as true progressive in Democratic primary

Michelle Rindels
Michelle Rindels
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The Nevada State Education Association's PAC is releasing another ad painting Chris Giunchigliani as the true progressive in the Democratic gubernatorial primary against fellow Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak.

The new ad titled “Next” will start running Thursday with slightly different versions in the Reno and Las Vegas media markets. It’s part of a seven-figure TV buy the state teachers' union announced last week.

It features a woman doing online research about the two candidates after seeing a commercial featuring Sisolak.

“Steve Sisolak. He seems all right. Let’s take a look,” she says.

The search pulls up posts that say “Sisolak Killed New Funding for Schools” and “Steve Sisolak Voted for Development Near Red Rock After Taking Campaign Cash,” and noting Sisolak got an A- from the National Rifle Association -- identical to statements that appear on NSEA's Strong Public Schools Nevada PAC website.

When the actress searches for Giunchigliani, the search pulls up pages that say she was a teacher, supports school funding and she stands up to the NRA.

“Chris G’s a real progressive. Works for me,” the actress says.

A poll taken earlier this month shows Giunchigliani is far behind the better-funded Sisolak, who has been running commercials for months, unveils his fifth ad on Thursday and has higher name recognition.

The NSEA and its estranged local affiliate, the Clark County Education Association, have endorsed different candidates in the primary.

 

Disclosure: NSEA, Steve Sisolak and Chris Giunchigliani have donated to The Nevada Independent. You can see a full list of donors here.

This post was updated at 11:50 a.m. on May 3, 2018 to clarify the source of statements about Sisolak that appear in ad.

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